AGENCY Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Wednesday that Sanskrit has served to connect the country for centuries. Addressing a state-level function here on ‘Sanskrit Day’, he said at a time when there is increasing trust deficit and tension in the country, Sanskrit is a language that can enhance mutual harmony. He asked Sanskrit scholars to strongly convey the message contained in the language that teaches respect for all religions to a common man. Gehlot said organisations should raise their voice against mob lynching and honour killing. He added that the state government has enacted strict laws against them.
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